Revolar's co-founders started the company after women in their families were attacked. The device alerts friends and family of potential trouble.
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Elaborate hurdles for potential weed-friendly coffee shops and gathering places may mean Denver gets few takers for the new licenses.
Even though the amusement park's lease isn't up until 2039, owner Alan Bader says landowner Martin Marietta is trying to push him out of business.
The dramatically falling price of marijuana has cultivators looking to curb costs.
State Agriculture Commissioner Don Brown wants to train counselors at the Colorado Crisis Center hotline to respond to farmers in emotional distress.
The Niwot, Colorado-based company disagrees with the U.S. Patent and Trade Office ruling and plans an appeal.
Denver’s need for things like new roads, parks, transportation options and police stations is giving way to what would be the largest bond in the city’s history.
A Fort Morgan meatpacking plant may have violated the Civil Rights Act by refusing to allow prayer breaks for Muslim workers.
For some, autonomous technology could ease drivers' workloads, but others are concerned it could eliminate many jobs.
The city is in the middle of a two-year planning effort that will guide future development, transit, and parks. But for some neighborhoods, will the result be too little too late?
A spokeswoman for Denver’s Community Planning and Development department says it can't can’t confirm Arconic's materials were used because the original building plans are missing.
Denver Entrepreneur On Tech Startup Sexual Harassment, And The 'Lonely Game' Of Calling Out Bad Behavior
Lee Mayer took action after an investor was accused of sexual harassment by several women.
A savings app called "Long Game" rewards people who save money with the chance to win a lottery.
The USDA says 133 billion tons of food gets dumped into landfills every year. Two Colorado Springs entrepreneurs wonder if there's another way.